Emergency kit on the road, what is it? and what should it have?
The emergency kit is a suitcase, purse, briefcase that is carried in the car case with basic first aid elements and auto repair elements. It is basically a supply in case of an accident. From a failure in the car in the middle of the road, when a passenger does not feel very well or even for that small accidents that may occur during the course of a car trip.
Our company offers the compliance certificate for vehicles through our website.
This list, along with its directive, changes every year, even if it is to add or remove objects from the list. It is recommended that things in the kit be reviewed or updated every year, although the best review time is every 6 months. The recommended items for an emergency road kit are:
1. A durable canvas bag to store supplies.
2. A can of gas that does not spill.
3. Elastic cables.
4. Road flares.
5. Manual tire inflator pump.
6. Spare tire.
7. A first aid kit.
8. Bottle of water (between 1 and 3 gallons).
9. Granola or energy bars. (This article will require revision, minimum every 15 days)
10. A small toolbox:
- Tire pressure meter.
- Plastic ties
11. Flashlight or luminescent sticks and batteries A, AA, AAA extra.
12. A small shovel.
13. A short belt, or a window breaker.
14. Road maps.
15. Extinguisher of type ABC.
17. At least two quarts of a liter of fuel.
18. Adhesive tape.
19. Paper towel.
20. Cleaning liquid.
21. A notebook and a pencil.
22. Multi-purpose tool.
23. Seasonal provisions.
24. Reflected color triangle to alert (minimum 4).
25. Stainless steel cups.
This list may vary every year, this is just a base list that what an emergency road kit should have, may have more elements depending on the needs of the driver. Both the emergency kit, the first aid kit and the certificate of compliance of the cars are important requirements when a car is registered.
The COC is available for all vehicles that need it built by the European market.
Some other recommended items are:
1. A GPS
2. Trailer or chain straps.
3. Handkerchiefs, napkins, towels and garbage bags.
4. A charger for auto battery.
5. An extra pair of shoes, gloves and other garments.
6. Toiletries such as soap, toothpaste, shampoo.
7. Charger for cell phone. (Always keep it in the car).
8. Sleeping bags and blankets.
What do I need to get my COC? Information available on our website.
There are some companies that provide pre-installed road emergency kits, for some occasions they will help, but it is best to do it yourself, because there is nothing better than an emergency kit that suits your needs and those of your loved ones .
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